Highway driving this summer and enjoying the fairly new Code Switch podcast. I also enjoy the written articles posted on NPR […]
available now on kindle, smashwords The House of Order–stories, the first collection of composite stories by John Paul Jaramillo, presents a stark vision […]
Happy to hear my story “Arkansas Flood 1964” will soon have a home in Pilgrimage Magazine.
I was interested to find this update on the Neruda exumation. Seems that he was not poisoned but family not […]
I’ve long read and admired Junot Diaz‘ style of prose. I’m almost embarrassed to say how much I’ve modeled my […]
I’ve been waiting for this trailer for a while. I always give out some of chávez’ writings in my comp […]
A few months back I wrote a quick review of Daniel Chacon’s book Unending Rooms. I admire Chacon’s aesthetic and […]
Poet and professor Juan Morales invited me to be a featured reader next year in the Southern Colorado Reader Series […]
Sat down today–all day today–working towards an August 15 contest deadline for my Semi-Orphaned manuscript. Here is a quick excerpt: […]
Happy to see The House of Order featured on the cover of the August Sacramento Book Review!
The good folks at CIELO: Culturally Integrated Education for Latinos Organization here in Springfield, Illinois will be discussing my book at their […]
Here’s a quick excerpt from the writeup in the August San Francisco Book Review: Star Rating: 5 out of 5 “Raw […]
A few nights with D in New York City at Latino Literacy Now’s Latino Book Awards Ceremony. Grateful to be […]
Latino Literacy Now has listed my book The House of Order Stories as a finalist for their Mariposa Award Best […]
Lincoln Presidential Library hosting discussion of immigrant experiences, followed by food and music From Swedes in the 1840s to southern […]